Posted: July 11, 2015 | Author: Donald | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Adam Scott, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, Brady Corbet, Eden, Felix de Givry, Greta Gerwig, Jason Schwartzman, Judith Godréche, Mia Hansen-Løve, Patrick Brice, Radley Metzger, Score, Sven Hansen-Løve, Taylor Schilling, The Overnight | 715 Comments »
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From the 1960’s through the ‘80’s, the filmmaker Radley Metzger made a series of what was termed at the time soft core films. This was a period in cinematic history when just about anything went, and many of these films, movies like Metzger’s The Lickerish Quartet and The Opening of Misty Beethoven, found a cross over audience in the mainstream cinema.
They weren’t as graphic as adult, or porn, films, but there was plenty of pretend sex and nudity and usually was a celebration of the new morality and an encouragement to the audience to reject old mores.
One of these, Score, was about a couple that liked to swing. On a regular basis, they would bring home couples for a night of whatever comes up. But this time round, they invite a particular married couple not with the purpose of having an orgy, but with the goal of the wife seducing the younger woman and the husband seducing the younger man.
And they succeed.
And it ends with the younger couple running off in joy as they have discovered themselves free to more fully explore their new found sexuality. Read the rest of this entry »